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Namibia Decriminalises Baby Dumping

“The government, through the ministry of gender equality, has decriminalised baby dumping to allow mothers to leave their unwanted newborn…

Namibia’s Cotton Farming to Benefit Angola

“A NAMIBIAN company has partnered with an Angolan company that runs a textile plant to supply cotton to them.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201902080845.html…

Namibia Upsets Japan, New Zealand to Secure Top Travel Destination Awards

“Namibia won the highly desired Top Country Spot at the recent Wanderlust Readers’ Travel Awards, announced at ‘Destinations: The Holiday…

Namibia: Ministry Intervenes to Rescue Feral Horses from Hyenas

“The Ministry of Environment and Tourism has come to the rescue of feral horses of the Namib-Naukluft Park which are…

Senegal: protecting underwater heritage

On 22nd-24th January 2019, Senegalese island of Gorée hosted the 5th Regional Meeting for Africa on the Protection of Underwater…

Namibia: Drought is severe, help is needed

“Namibia’s leading farmers’ unions are requesting an urgent meeting with agricultural minister Alpheus !Naruseb this week to inform him of…

Namibia: Endangered Penguins Dying Near Lüderitz

“The Halifax Island beach close to Lüderitz has been strewn with hundreds of dead penguins.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201901300499.html You may also be…

Corruption Perception Index 2018

Transparency International has just released the Corruption Perception Index for 2018. After improving its score for two consecutive years, Kazakhstan’s…

Corruption in Africa-a year later (2)

Last year we noted that “Botswana, Seychelles, Rwanda and Cape Verde are the least corrupt countries in Africa.” What we…

Scholarships available to African master students

“Canon Collins Trust is pleased to offer a scholarship for masters study in the UK. Applicants must be a national…

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